“Stop the ‘Pull-Him-Down’ syndrome – REV. FR. BONDINUBA.
Reverend Fr. Bro. Godfrey Bondinuba, has called on Ghanaians to put an end to the ‘pull-him-down’ syndrome and pull their synergies for the development of the country.
That, he said, required a change in attitude and mind set in everything Ghanaians did.
Rev. Fr. Bro. Bondinuba made the call during a thanksgiving mass at Nator in the Nadowli-Kaleo district after his ordination as a priest on December 16, 2014.
He is a member of Council 97, Kaleo in the Upper West Region
His sermon was on the theme ‘Building broken walls and lives”.
At a well-patronised mass, Rev. Fr. Bro Bondinuba asked: “Why this hatred, divisions and vilifications all around?”
He particularly referred to his village, Nator, and admonished natives to be the keepers of one another and that should be a cardinal principle in the world.
Rev. Fr. Bro. Bondinuba noted that as individuals and groups, “we should take initiatives that will inure to the interest of the whole community and stop the individual interest of plugging all.”
He illustrated that with a proverb that “allow your friend to plug nine so you can also plug ten”.
BY BRO. SUNG-YERA HARUNA CALLISTUS (Grand Knight Council 97,Kaleo)